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  • Cenosphere widely used in many industrials
    20-10-2022
    1. For PaintingThe drift beads used in the coating can effectively control infrared radiation. Adding drift beads water-based intumescent coating on structural steel helps to make the coating and carbon layer structure more dense, effectively reduce the transfer of heat source to the metal surface,
  • What is cenoshpere or fly ash?
    01-04-2022
    Cenosphere (fly ash) is an excellent thermal insulation refractory material and widely used in the production of lightweight castables and oil drilling.It has many characteristics such as fine particles, hollow, light weight, high strength, wear resistance, high temperature resistance, thermal insul
  • SEPPE Cenosphere Testing
    23-07-2019
    The properties of cement additive, hollow float beads, and its application in oil well cementing. CENOSPHERE COA.pdf
  • SEPPE Cenosphere 40# Sample
    27-07-2018
    Today, we prepared the sample of cenosphere 40#.The cenosphere sample will be shipping to Belgium soon.
  • What Is The Use Of Cenosphere And Where Do We Get It?
    10-07-2018
    The word cenosphere comes from two Greek words: kenos (hollow) and sphaira (sphere). Cenospheres are in fact hollow lightweight alumino-silicate bubbles.
  • SEPPE Cenospheres In Construction
    29-06-2018
    The cenospheres are also used in the construction industry (cenospheres in construction) for the manufacture of ultra-light and aerated concrete.
  • What Is SEPPE Cenosphere?
    14-06-2018
    Like fly ash, cenospheres are naturally occurring by-products of the burning process at coal-fired power plants. Unlike fly ash though, cenospheres are lightweight, inert, hollow spheres comprised largely of silica and alumina and filled with air or gases.
  • Cenospheres Used for Concrete Countertops
    18-05-2018
    Cenospheres Used for Concrete CountertopsWhat Is A Cenosphere?Like fly ash, cenospheres are naturally occurring by-products of the burning process at coal-fired power plants. Unlike fly ash though, cenospheres are lightweight, inert, hollow spheres comprised largely of silica and alumina and filled